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Please use this identifier to cite or link to this item: http://hdl.handle.net/1807/32350

Title: Curricula for ESL/EFL Writing Instruction: Options in the AMEP and Internationally
Authors: Cumming, Alister
Keywords: Assessment
adult education
comparative education
Australia
Adult Migrant English Program
Issue Date: Aug-2001
Publisher: Macquarie University, for the AMEP research centre on behalf of the Department of Immigration and Citizenship
Citation: Cumming, A. (2001). Curricula for ESL/EFL writing instruction: Options in the AMEP and internationally. Prospect: An Australian Journal of TESOL, 16(2), 3-17.
Abstract: This article discusses four issues central to instructors’ conceptualizations of curricula for ESL writing instruction, citing findings from interviews with 48 highly skilled instructors of ESL writing in settlement and university programs in countries where English is the dominant language (Australia, Canada, New Zealand) or where English is an international language (Hong Kong, Japan, and Thailand). Focusing on curriculum options in the AMEP, I show how the program in Australia has taken comparatively unique approaches to ESL writing curricula in terms of: (1) theoretical foundations, (2) the integration of curriculum components, (3) the specificity or generality of curriculum purposes, and (4) variability in assessment.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/1807/32350
ISSN: 0814-7094
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